Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on December 12, 1907 · Page 6
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 6

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Again to the Frontf With a big Cloak Sale. Tomorrow you can buy them AiHaU Prioel In justice to ourselves, we must ask you not to confuse this sale with the many reduction sales SOI freely advertised at this time. In point of style, quality and actual value-giving: this sale will surpass anything that you have seen in years^an event that is really worthy of the attention of discif*imlnating women. ''High Art" Coats are In a clats by themselves—models of exact elegance in designing and draping—distinctive creations intended for sale in only the finest and most exclusive specialty stores. Made of fine quality Broadcloths and English Kerseys, in black, brown, russet, tan, castor, red and grey, all are richly trimmed and lined throughout with fine satin. W£ Offer the Entire Purchase in Three Great Lots! NEWS OF U HARit OSCRAXCE ADJUSTEBS HEBE TO ARRA56E SMITH LOSS. WALKED OVER INAIL ROUTE FRED DANIELS WALKED DIS- TANCE OF » MILES. Wont and Beast Case Wfll IBe . Tried on Deeembw Tweaty. j j one. Walked HJs Ront& < Fred Daniels, rural route carrier number two out of this city, yesterday walked over the route yesterday, tlie distance of twenty-six miles. He says that he has been hearing of mail carriers walking their routes and delivering the mail and concluded to try it. Today he is driving : hia horses the same as heretofore. ."Those who want to may walk, but I will ride." Long Coats That were intended to retail at 118.00 and $20.00. In this sale, $9.95 LOOK Coats That were intended to retail at $22.50 and $25.00. In this sale, ' That were intended to retail at $30.00 and $35.00. In this sale, $17.95 Do Your XmsaB Shopping Nctw W Moro Shopping Days^ Wo Originato and Lead; Oihorm Copy and FoHoWm WA M TSI SnVATIOHIS WAKTED AdTctrlsementa nnder tiih head, if III be Inserted three times wJthOHt charge. WANTED—Position as housekeeper or chambermaid. Address I. U., this office. FOR gAEE—Cheap on $10 payments, tfwo.' one-acre lots on trolley line. SiiiieUzer & Co. WANTED—Washing North State. to do; 901 FOR gA'LE—11800 stock of groceries and' .tetore fixtures. 402 South Kentucky street FOR SAXE—A driving mare and buggy. 11 orse city broke, safe for lady -WANTEI>-Place to do ^^en^'^l to drive. Lnquire 832 North street. fcousework, by 19 year old girl. Inquire at this office. . WAHTED WAKTED' -IKUmomUamm6ui WANTED—Second girl. J. O. Rodgers'. No. 2 Buchanan street, heijd of North street. SA1.ES.VIAN WA.\'TED—Sell i^etall trade, your locality. J6.". per nJonth and expenses to start or cummispon. Experience unnecessary. Hermingsen Cigar Ca. Toledo, O. •WANTED—Second hand Winchester pop gun. Inquire 10!> South Second stret I FOR SALE^'REAL EST Alt FOR 8AI£—Good rnnaboat baker buggy and good set ofj for sale cheap if taken in few days. Inquire at'Hova^ ery Bam. FOR BAI4E—Good maro wI'Ji foal. CaU at 210 Weet street. FOR SALB OR TRADE OR RTENT— Furnishings in the Baltlniore liouse. with leasa Inquire 209 Soutls Buckeye, i I FOB SALE—No. 1 good Keating Btove; gas cjr coal; a pe«eet stove. 209 South Buckeye. , i FOR S \LK OR TRADE—Sixty acres good fajm Innd to trade for rental property. Inquire rom 4 over Iowa store. FOR RtEMf" mimomUmmmom FOR KENT—House and barn. South KentucHy. Phone 998 2—2. FOR P ENT—Desk room; best olHco in lolo.' Address Box 157. NEWS OF GAS CITY A>OTifER BLOCK OF FURXAfES CLOSED YE.STEBDAY. HAS ONLY ONE BLOCK BUSY REVIVAL MEETIXOS WILL BE HELD I.N CUA1»EL CAB OX KATY TRACK. H«'p.iirs lU'ing Made on Flrr I>P!).irt- nient's .Quarters—I'lr- FOR :B Ea >.'T—Eight room house on car line! Wheeler Heights. Modern. Newly inapered and varnished. Inquire oB W. A. Wheeler at The loja Portlan^I Cement company.' FOR aE .NT—Five room house and barn. thr«e blocks from square. |9.00. Whitak^r & Donnell. STRAli'ED—Four year old bay mare, weight IIOO. foretop clipped, right hind foot white. Finder return 412 Sottth State street or phone COG. Its Eeonomy .To have your Carpets and Bags cleaned by TMioiaRog Factory rNONf sit- Another Block Closed. Another block of the Prime Western smelter number two was closed down yesterday morning. This leaves but one block running "across the track." The company is giving no reason for the closing down of these blocks but probably will in the near future. •H'hlcairo Trio" Next The Chicago Trio will be the next alirartlun on the Gas City lecture course. This is said to be one of the l>cst musical entertainments ever heard in this city, it doubtless will be met by a larger crowd than any of the lecture, course numbers. The Chicago Trio will be lu this city un the evening of January Hth. "C.lK" Gajiord Resigned. 'Giji" Gaylord, foreman at the Prime Western smelter in this city his resigned and today left for IJar- tlesvl!ie, where he will take up work in the smelters at that place. He has many friends here who wish him success. Is Painting Hoke Boose. Ben Myers is busy today iiainting the interior of the hose house, it will take another day to| complete the work. When completed Ben says that It will "be nice." The ^lose house has Iieen in need of paint for some time. At the last nieeting of the fire department It was decided to make the re- paira. Will At(«'nd the La Harpe D.ance. Many of the Gas City young people are jilanning on attending the dance which will be given in Peel's opera house on Christmas night, December 2.'ith. The I.,a Harpe boys are making preparations to entertain a large crowd from out of town. Brvhals Will Be Held In a Car. The revival meetings which were started in this city last night will be held in the Chai)ei car which is on the switch in the Missouri, Kansas & Texas yards in this city. Rev. Thomas who is in charge of the car just recently closed a successful series of meetings in I^a Harpe. Arrangements will be made for services for school children in the afternoon. Personals. Miss Edith Troop left yesttrday for independence, Kansas, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Arthur McAdams. Joe Cook, who has been a resident of this city left yesterday for Southern .Missouri, where he will spend the winter hunting, Mrs. A. U. Hall is reirorted very 111. Mr. and Mrs. E. Parish came in yesterday from Kansas City. They will make their future home here. Mrs. Joe Houston left yesterday for Bartlesville where she will Join her husband who has been employed in that city for a long time. Mrs. William Livingston left yesterday for Wier City. Kansas, where she will visit for several weeks. Oscar EpHng has accepted a position on the farm. He left yesterday to take up the work. Are Ton Looking for a Pnddlngl Most people are, and D'Zerta Quick Pudding is the only quick dessert that delights and satisfies every housekeeper and the entire family. Every package guaranteed under the Pure Food I^ws. Try a package of D-Zerta Pud ding today from your grocer and you will buy often and tell j-our friends. Various flavors at all grocers, 10 cents. Order today. Makes excellent pies. LOST—A female liver colored polnr ter pup. Finder return to Kelsey & Wasson's barber shop. A SPECIALTY In Dining Room Fumitare for the Xmas Trade. Oar stock of Si<!e- boards, BuffetP, China Closets, Tables and Chairs was never as large as this year. We guarantee the quality the best and prices the lowest Sleeper Enlertalned for XIss Yandanacker. Ernest Dick entertained at his home Tuesday night for Miss Minnie Yandanacker who will leave In a short time for her home In Caldwell, Okla. The members of the Junior class 'ih' the. La Harpe high school were present. They are: Misses Yandanacker, Jones, Douglas, Adams, Rnble, Wilson, Jury, Greene, Carroll. Tolle, Newman, Nelson. Houston, Walker, Hen- nlnger, Messrs. Foney, Felger, Gates, Kettleman, Meyers. Jury, Jackson, Moorehead, Maynes, Jackson,, Dick, Arnold, Stevenson. Adjusted the SaHh.Loss.'' The insurance adjusters were in the city last evening for' the purpose of naming the amount of the loss sustained in the J. R. Smith & Co. fire here last Saturday. The goods and building was fully covered with insurance. -..^..^ _ Win (Jlve a Danee. Dowler and Wooten will give a dance in Peet's opera house Christmas night, December 25th. They have secured the services of Asher'a orches* tra of this city. Chapel Car Moved. The revival services which have been going on In the Baptist church of this city closed yesterday and today the car "Chapel" was moved to Gas City, where services will be held. The meetings were a success in every particular and much good was done by them. . Will Be Tried Deeember Slst The suit of Worst vs. Rentz which was to be tried in Justice Mercer'a court* yesterday has been continued until December 21st. This suit is to recover a valuable greyhound. It is attracting much attention. Will Bender Chrtatous Frarraa. The literary societies, df^ the La Harpe high school are m^kiiig special preparations for Christmas programs. While the societies will meet in regn' lar session the program wilt be similar to those rendered especially for Christmas. Is Filling In Tracks. " Workmen for the lola Electric Railway company are busy today filling in the tracks of the lola Electric Railway just out of La Harpe with cinders. The cinders fill up the roadbed and make the track much better. For Exchange—Eighty acres of botom land, well Improved, adjoining the town of Cloverdale, Chantanqna county, Kansas, for lola property. L. Hobart. . * Will Be Arresfei. ' Boys who make a habit of throwing stones at the cars running on the lola Electric Railway between this city and lola will be arrested. There are a few boys living in Lanyonrille. who throw stones at pasalBg cara. Only a short Ume ago one. ot these rocks broke a window r In the ear throwing glass on the paaaengesr. Elected Officers. The following officers were elected at the meeting of the board ot the Methodist Episcopal charch Tuesday night: S. T. Green, anperintendent; .Morris Patton, assistant superintendent: Elsie Stevenson^ secretary; Geo. Donald, treasurer; Laura Jnry, Organist. I. dTitfUiHH Has Poisoned Face. John Kohler Is now Buffering from a very sore face. The lad'was playing in the timber last Sunday and in some manner came into contact with poison ivy. He is thought to be some better today. Is Holdlas a Basaar. The members of the Ladies' Aid Qf the Methodist Episcopal chnrch are today holding the bazaar which they have been planning on for the past two weeks. The ladles haVe the Fried ley building on South Main decorated and flttad up with booths for the sale of special articles.'. Dinner was served today. The ladles will serre supper this evening for fifteen cenU. Perseaals. J. M. Payne of Elsmore; was In the city yesterday on a business visit Rev. Halner and daughter, of Moran. Kansas, was in the. city yesterday calling on La Harpe -friends. J. M. 'Lister, aaleaaaan. for the International Drug company, was in the city yesterday on bushaess. M. B. Hamilton of Colony, was here yesterday on business. Miss Mabel Montgomery, teacher-in the La Harpe schools, was able to return to her duties yesterday after a short IIIUMS. L. R. Hamner. of Wichita, was bera yesterday on a business visit. BcflsUr Waat Ads. Far tke

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